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    Quote Originally Posted by SNUGGLETRON View Post
    you should get a real(ly fucking monotonous and boring but financially practical albeit self-repressing and sooner-or-later self-loathing) job.


    I would die to be there when SJ says exactly THAT.

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    and still I dont like applying term lazy to "lack of interest or willingness to do physical or/and detailed work"!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petra Pan View Post
    and still I dont like applying term lazy to "lack of interest or willingness to do physical or/and detailed work"!
    Yeah, lazy also does not equal "lack of effort". A person shouldn't be categorized negatively just because he can do things effortlessly and is not huffing and puffing like the rest to do his job
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    i like FDG's answer that said we're all lazy in different ways. Ps also don't like to be tied down so we don't typically heap on all the responsibilities like Js will, which ends up making us look lazy sometimes. i actually rather don't mind doing physical or detailed work, i just a) generally forget about it in the face of an intriguing idea (which i may spend hours, days, weeks researching), and b) don't want to commit to doing it all the time

    i was mostly kidding about my laziness chart.

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